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NetEnt Live Unveils New Mobile Interface for Roulette

A lot has changed with NetEnt’s live casino section in the last few months and now, we’ve had another big shift in their products.

In December of last year, the company launched a couple of new products. The new Immersive Auto Roulette studio dropped, as did the brand new content integration platform.

That news arrived a couple of months after the launch of NetEnt’s brand new live casino model. That brought a new level of stability to the whole experience for players and it seems as if NetEnt Live has taken things one step further.

The company has unveiled its new mobile interface for Live Roulette, ‘significantly elevating the user experience and optimising performance across all screen orientations’.

A Significant Revamp

The update affects both landscape and portrait modes of the service. In the latter, players can now choose from 18 Recent Numbers and in landscape mode, that goes up to 34 numbers.

Both of the modes feature dynamic camera angles and quick links to favourites and statistics. NetEnt claims that both landscape and portrait modes feature more immersive streaming than any other product on the market with 50% and 100% of the screen respectively being utilised.

“NetEnt Live is committed to continually enhancing our product set with new additions and updates that deliver an unrivalled player experience,” said Andres Rengifo, Director of NetEnt Live.

“With our new Roulette mobile interface, we have once again raised the bar, developing a product that is primed to capitalise on the rapid shift to mobile.”

Another impressive feature is the Racetrack ability. This allows users to quickly place bets on groups or sections of numbers on the wheel with resetting the main felt at the start of each game. This really has been designed with the players’ needs in mind.

More and more players enjoy gaming on the go. Companies have to adapt to this changing market and it looks as if NetEnt is doing just that with this new update. On the face of it, this looks like a big improvement to the current system.

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